Note: Moved out of Moderation Queue.
What are they detected as?
best to restore them (you might need to disable real time protection to do what I ask below. remember to reenable it.
Submit the files in a password protected zip file as per
You should get an immediate reply with an analysis id number if no fix in 3 days post back and we will escalate it.
note ensure file zipped is less than 10Mb
Oh no file such as that on my windows 10 PC
This is the only info I can find in IDing these.
Item: RegServe.exe; Threat: Suspect!73b21775567f
Item: RegServeUpdater.exe; Threat: Suspect!50eb3962a144
Item: RegServeUpdaterHelper.exe; Threat: Suspect!4bfeb6a4d849
Currently, I'm trying to learn, where to locate files to zip and send to samples to McAfee lab.
Thank you for the response.
Open your McAfee GUI and click on your Gear icon (Top Right) select Quarantined items and delete.
or restore if you want to zip them to submit them. Though I am thinking they are not windows files as none of my win 10 PCs have them.
Read this They appear not to be windows files and if so I would uninstall the program and delete the files if in quarantine
The answer to the question, are these files part of Windows OS, appears to be, No.
Windows may have a file called "regsvr" or "regsvr32" but the quarantined files are probably from Xionix (or XGI) - "related to XGI Technology's Volari graphics cards" according to BleepingComputer.
Perhaps best not to allow them to be deleted if that graphics card is installed then.
Thanks to all, who've responded.
Whatever they were, it hasn't affected my laptops opt. yet.
Catdaddy, I'm patiently waiting, thanks again.
I'll be undergoing treatment here in the next couple of days.
So, please be patient I'll be getting back to this when I'm able (~2-3 days) usually.